Marldon is a beautiful rural parish in the South Hams of Devon, comprising the village of Marldon and the hamlets of Compton and Westerland, a few miles inland from the resorts of Torbay and within easy reach of the towns of Totnes and Newton Abbot.
Marldon Village Hall was built in 1991/1992 and replaced the original timber built Village Hall which had served the Parish well since 1935. The Hall has all modern facilities and is one of the best in South Devon and the South Hams. It is home to more than 20 village and other organisations, ranging from Toddler and Pre-School Groups to the W.I. as well as the monthly meeting place of Marldon Parish Council.
The Main Hall, Community Room and Committee Room are available for private hire, and their different capacities can accommodate a range of functions and events involving up to more than 200 people, and are suitable for weddings, indoor sports, dancing, fairs, markets and public meetings.
The Village Hall is situated in the centre of the Village, less than 200 metres from the Parish Church of St. John the Baptist and the Church House Inn, opposite which is a free public car park.